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by Holly Carr July 1 to August 15, 2015
Holly Carr Exhibit, Ross Creek Gallery
The “Garden Path” is inspired by Carr’s Great Uncle Charlie’s garden. This interactive silk installation represents the sense of wonder Carr felt exploring and playing in what she experienced as a forest of flowers teaming with creatures. Carr has gained national acclaim for her style of silk painting and public installations. Her work has been exhibited throughout Canada and Carr’s performance art has seen her perform with orchestras throughout Canada and Asia. Garden Path opens on July 1 and can be viewed from 4 to 10pm daily except Mondays till August 15, or by chance or appointment.
Image: Iris Straw, paint on silk, 2011, Holly Carr
Acting in cooperation with a larger vision integrating music, theatre, writing, film, visual arts and dance, our galleries provide a space for multidisciplinary visual arts exhibitions. It is our belief that together, the arts champion a dialogue fostering collaboration between artists in all disciplines and stages of their careers and the surrounding and global community at large. The Centre is dedicated to encouraging and promoting the arts though education and arts development, and provides a professional environment for artists to present work in a non-commercial venue. Ross Creek Professional Gallery Our Professional Gallery focuses on contemporary visual art. Our exhibiting artists are regional, national and international. Community Gallery The Community Gallery exhibits work created during our residencies, outreach programs within the community and schools. Additionally, this gallery is often used by our camp programs. For artists who would like to exhibit at the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts, please click here for information and applications.